A photo of King Charles III, Prince William, and Prince George was released by Buckingham Palace
on Friday, marking the first time the three have posed together without Queen Elizabeth II.
The image was taken in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace, just hours after the coronation
ceremony ended. In the photo, King Charles III wore the Robe of Estate and the Imperial State Crown
and held the Sovereign’s Orb and Sovereign’s Scepter with Cross. Prince William was dressed in a
ceremonial uniform, while Prince George beamed in his page uniform.
The monarchy is undergoing a significant transformation, with Charles becoming king and no more
queens in the future. Some followers praised the image and expressed pride in the late queen, while
others commented on Prince Harry’s absence from the photo and his ongoing estrangement from the
family. Despite King Charles’ hope for reconciliation, sources say Prince William may never forgive
his younger brother for his actions and comments in recent years